Opportunity to Improve. By 2020, more than 60 percent of Idaho jobs will require a career certificate or college degree. Roughly 90 percent of Treasure Valley students graduated from high school in 2009.
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Wyoming $47,301 (7)
Washington $44,294 (14)
Colorado $44,088 (16)
Nevada $38,173 (31)
Oregon $37,909 (33)
Montana $36,573 (36)
Utah $33,790 (46)
Idaho $33,326 (50)
Washington 69% (3)
Oregon 54% (25)
Colorado 53% (26)
Wyoming 53% (27)
Utah 47% (38)
Nevada 44% (43)
Montana 43% (44)
Idaho 38% (48)
(Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, September 2012)
TVEP’s goal: To coordinatethe area’s existing resources andinstitutions to ensure at least80% of Treasure Valley studentsgo on to college and/orcareer/technical education by 2016.
Shared Community Vision: Every child, every step of the way, cradle to career.
Mission: The Treasure Valley Education Partnership is an unprecedented collaboration designed to advance a world-class education system that leads all students to their career of choice.
TVEP has received community investments from:
TVEP focuses on ensuring that every child:
Everyone is invited to learn aboutprogress and provide feedback
2-4 p.m. January 10
2-4 p.m. April 11